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Kyokuga master?????

Offline Matchmaking / Re: NorCal KOF!
« on: November 08, 2011, 12:14:57 AM »
Last time, I was cheering for Jose, he lost in the finals againts BBZ if I am not mistaken.
This time, he got his revenge!!!
Congrats to him, I like his playstyle, although he didn´t use Robert so much.
Also, Hotpockets MUST be the official commentator (is that the right word?) for KOF. He should go to EVO to do so.
AS I mentioned earlier, I don´t watch arcade videos anymore, but Southtown is something else. Ha ha, I watched live the full stream.

General Discussion / Re: The King of Fighters XIII Video Thread
« on: November 07, 2011, 12:05:26 AM »
Southtouwn battles are about to start:

Ha ha, I remember we have a very similar debate here a year ago, or even more than that.
There was a lot of discussion about the point system being implemented on A.I.
Now there is no point to that, since the console version seems pretty balanced, it might have tiers, but no god tiers or broken fatsos dropping kicks againts everything.

General Discussion / Re: KOFXIII console tournament standard
« on: November 06, 2011, 10:40:56 PM »
I'm on PS3 also.

OFF Topic:
Nilcam, I might ask you some advice in the near future regarding my connection.

Offline Matchmaking / Re: NorCal KOF!
« on: November 06, 2011, 08:51:42 PM »
Pretty sure everyone except Isaiah should be there. Hope you enjoy it!

I will.
One of the things I like about the Ranbats is that eventhou you are playing the arcade edition, there is nice variety of characters.
Anyway, be watching the stream live in a couple of hours.

Offline Matchmaking / Re: NorCal KOF!
« on: November 06, 2011, 07:08:13 PM »
Is RodgerDoger gonna be there today?
Last time he wasn´t and I love his commentaries. Him and Hotpockets are the best at commentating.
Plus, I think last time he was in the Ranbats he went to the finals or something, ha ha. Noone could believe it.

I know that is too early, but knowing the changes that all the characters had, plus some videos and the own experience from the arcade experience, could somebody guess how the tier list will look on the game?

Just guessing, not something that will be put as a fact since we don't had the game

Claw Iori in my opinion is top tier. I said he is better than his DLC counterpart and I still think so.
There are no significant nerfs on his side, just the losing invencibility in his EX moves, but the EX  ;fd ;dn ;df still has it apparently. His moves seem to keep being extrematelly safe on block also.
I think Kula might still be top tier, I think the nerfing of the ballerina kick made it not as cheese as before but she seems to still be an annoing bitch. Not sure if top tier but at least close to that.
Feel the same about K', I'm not sure if he might still be top tier but if not, very close to that probably.
I think we will really need to check Goro, I have a feeling that the buffs he got, plus some of his normals might actually make him....go really up in the tier list.
It will be interesting to see how Raiden works in the console version. No Drop kick abuse and he just disappeared from the face of the earth. But I will personally check that myself, since I plan on kicking ass with him.

General Discussion / Re: The King of Fighters XIII Video Thread
« on: November 06, 2011, 05:49:23 AM »
And I don't expect high-level play from Gamespot, IGN, etc. I just can't believe they'd pass off button-mashing as gameplay footage. If you don't know how to play the game, that's fine. But film someone who can at least pass as a novice player.

That is my point. These vids were taken from MCM Expo.
How about recording some matches of people who actually knew how to people.
Most of the participants of the tournament were playing casual matches before the tourney started.
Instead, we get some matches were they don´t even perform a special attack. I just think it is bad promotion for the game. For people who are not familiar with KOF, they just see the video and is just Jump Weak Kick all the time.
That is why I hope the pre-release event get some buzz so gamespot or ign can upload some of the videos on their sites.

I'm pretty sure it was bullshit.
There hasnt been any oficial info or even hint on the prices. Just speculations.

OFFTOPIC: I JUST GOT MY PS3!!! I am getting ready for November 22nd....


This is really exciting, I can´t wait to see Mr. KOF and Reynald again. I haven´t seen matches from them for months.
This is a great event to build up more hype.

Awww man, they've been training too =)

I expected nothing less.

So, is this gonna be casual matches or an actual tourmament between the participants?

I doubt we'll see another delay. We're too close and too much PR is being done. I really do think the Japanese release date has a lot to do with DLC Iori, which is the preorder bonus. It would suck to buy a game and get the preorder bonus a week-and-a-half later.

I don´t think there will be another delay either.
We will have to wait for the japanese release to be able to get DLC Iori, now the questions is....
When are Kyo and Mr. Karate gonna be available?
I hope we get some kind of news next week or at the pre-release event.

General Discussion / Re: The King of Fighters XIII Video Thread
« on: November 05, 2011, 02:29:37 PM »
On the first video, Kim makes a new victory pose after winning againts Mature. As usual, it doesn´t seem to use new frames but it is nice. Since he says he's classic speech "Aku Wo Urusan" it might be something he only does after winning againts evil characters.
I like the game getting some media exposure, but honestly, videos with this level of gameplay are unforgivable.
Hopefully, Gamespot, IGN and other sites will upload some videos from the Atlus pre-release event on their sites. It might be a hell of a promotion for the game.

Professor from Mmcafe has something to say about the japanese release date:
It seems that retailers in Japan including major electronics outlet Sofmap have have now received notice and they're marking KOF13's release for December 1. SNKP will probably make a public announcement tomorrow or very soon.

Rising Star Games previously disclosed that Japan's release date is the same as Europe. So it's substantially a one-week delay for Japan, although SNKP's official stance has been that it'll be released "within 2011" in the country.

Note: This doesn't mean that the US' or Europe's release date has been effected.

This is really exciting, I can´t wait to see Mr. KOF and Reynald again. I haven´t seen matches from them for months.
This is a great event to build up more hype.

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